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Drive up Bishop's Lodge Road to Shidoni
to visit our Bronze and Arts Galleries and stroll through our eight acres of sculpture gardens.

Gib Singleton
Leap of Faith
Bronze
29 x 8 1/2 x 16 inches
Aureleo Rosano
String 19
Steel
120 x 48 x 48 inches
Troy Pillow
Blue Sky
Powder Coated Steel
120 x 168 x 168 inches
David Pearson
Three Muses
Bronze
43 x 24 x 24 inches
Lawrence M. Ludtke
I Got It, I Got It!
Bronze
20 x 11 x 5 inches
Daniel P. Kronberg
Taloned Wanderer
Bronze
2 3/4 x 1 x 1 inches
Daniel P. Kronberg
From Out of Nowhere
Bronze
Esmoreit Koetsier
Movement
Metal
172 x 72 x 65 inches
Monika Kaden
Dancer
Bronze
106 x 44 x 36 inches
Una Hanbury
Pegasus
Bronze
46 x 26 x 3 inches
Danville Chadbourne
The Surrogate Guardian of Lost Beliefs
Acrylic on Earthenware
86 x 20 x 18 inches
Danville Chadbourne
The Conscious Imitation of Illusory Nature
Acrylic on Earthenware
39 x 21 x 15 inches
Debora Barrett
Vase with Domed Lid
Ceramic
12 x 7 x 7 inches
Charles Allmond
Pre-Flight
Bronze
25 x 15 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches

SCULPTURE
SUPPLIES

Shidoni's Sculpture Supply Store has a large number of hand tools, armatures and wire, calipers and other essentials available for sale.

Sculpting Tools

Armature Kits and Wire
Oil Based Sculpting Clay
Shidoni's own blend of Casting Wax

Victory Brown Wax
Sprue Wax
Mold Making Supplies
Patina Chemicals
Literature
Safety Supplies



Be sure to ask about the
‘Convenient Payment Program’

as a way to purchase your new
piece of art.




Self guided tours of the foundry are offered Mondays through Fridays
from 12-1pm

for $5.00 per person


SHIDONI
1508 Bishop's Lodge Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-988-8001

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED...
SPRINGING FORWARD
at
SHIDONI

EVENT
Nicholas Herrera
La Percha De La Abuelita
Steel
79 x 185 x 60 inches

Springing Forward at Shidoni

Saturday March 25th 2017

Starting @ Noon

Come join us at Shidoni Gallery in celebrating the coming of spring with a picnic in our sculpture gardens and art galleries. We'll have live music, by “Key Frances Band”, and “High Altitude Food” food truck available on site.

We can't wait to see you!

Located at
1508 Bishops Lodge Road Santa Fe NM 87506

Call: 505.988.8001
Email: Gallery@Shidoni.com
for more details

Please No Dogs or Alcohol

Key Frances Band
Genre
Psycha-Blues

Band Members
Key Frances (Guitar)
Mike Turner (Drums)
Mark Sims (Bass)


The music is different yet familiar: a new genre called PSYCHA~BLUES

It's funky, rockin' blues with a psychedelic twist where

Key's music is rooted in the funky swing of New Orleans and the driving guitar of Austin TX.

Website
www.keyfrances.com

Facebook Page
http://bit.ly/2niy8Lf

__________________________

" A taste of what an imaginative artist can do with a guitar."

- The Times Picayune, New Orleans LA

"Defying labels, but demanding the attention of even the casual listener."

-The Las Vegas Daily

"The music will take you places you didn't even know existed!"

- The Inside Connection, New York


Claude Perry
Clovis Point

Powder Coated Steel

48 x 23 x 20 inches
Music Stand Santa Fe
Claude Perry

With music as their soul and Santa Fe as their heart, MSSF has transcended function and turned it into fine art. In appreciation of the humble work horse of the music industry and in combination with the spirituality offered by Santa Fe, MSSF will be creating a cast of worldly characters that show there is more going on if we take the time and really look. Not just a music stand, but an indoor/outdoor multi-functional sculpture that is
"Made to be played with."

Each music totem is individually designed and cut, hand bent and finished, and then custom powder coated to make each one an original, one-of-a-kind work of art. Every totem has our name, the title of the piece and year, and signature cut into the base area as a part of the design. The bottom of the base area has a thick clear rubber coating to protect it when used outside or moved around.

Website
www.musicstandsantafe.com
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Born in Raton, New Mexico, Claude Perry was exposed to southwestern art and culture at an early age. With several years of mechanical and architectural drawing as a background he began formally studying sculpture (welding, metal fabrication) and design in Colorado in 1969. In 1975, he graduated from the University of Montana (Psychology/Art), and was a member of an artist’s warehouse co-op/gallery in Missoula, and had a lost-wax casting silver-smithing studio creating organic pieces with cast bezels and turquoise. Missing New Mexico, he returned in 1990 and has been living in Cedar Crest since 1997 where he has a design studio, metal shop, and paint room. Designing and creating new and different things he has needed and wanted in his own life has been ongoing. Wanting to get back into metal work, and to meet his own needs as a bass guitar player, the first music stand was created in 2010. Liking the concept music as a soul (music stand) and Santa Fe (kachina/totem) as a heart, Music Stand Santa Fe (MSSF) was started in 2012.

Claude Perry
La Paloma
Powder Coated Steel
48 x 25 x 21 inches
Claude Perry
Pink
Powder Coated Steel
48 x 23 x 20 inches
Claude Perry
Spike
Powder Coated Steel
49 x 25 x 21 inches
Claude Perry
St. Francis
Powder Coated Steel
51 x 25 x 21 inches
Tom Ware
Mujer del Lago
Bronze
Tom Ware
Maize
Bronze
26 x 24 x 20 inches
Madeleine Vanderpool
Large Western Horse with Saddle, 1995
Bronze
30 x 36 x 11 1/2 inches
Alexander Smith
Lupo
Bronze
16 x 14 x 11 inches
Alexander Smith
Kani
Bronze
13 x 10 x 10 inches
Gib Singleton
Spirit of the Medicine Man (large)
Bronze
96 1/2 x 34 x 12 inches
Gib Singleton
Head 'n Home
Bronze
11 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Todd Ouwehand
Red Chile Nesting Triangle Table Pair
Wood
18 x 25 1/2 x 18 inches
David Maple
Steller
Painting
24 x 24 x 1 inches
David Maple
Absence of Black
Painting
48 x 48 x 3 inches
Steven Derks
A Hole In A Blanket
Enamel on Board
48 x 48 x 4 inches
Charles Allmond
Musk Ox
Bronze
7 1/2 x 8 x 5 inches
William Allen
Bull Frog, large
Galvanized Steel and Copper
32 x 55 x 43 inches
Gabriel Allan
"The Messenger"
"What Is To Give Light Must Endure Burning"

Bronze
54 x 54 x 78 inches
Debora Barrett
Celadon Platter with Square Design
Ceramic
5 x 16 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches
Rico Eastman
Leather Pillow
Steel
32 1/2 x 8 x 26 inches
Lawrence M. Ludtke
John Wayne
Bronze
48 x 35 x 22 inches
Thomas C. Hicks, Jr.
Strange Trio
Bronze
21 5/8 x 20 7/8 x 16 7/8 inches
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Pours on Saturdays are $10 per person, and include a self-guided tour. Please call ahead for the pour schedule at 505-988-8001 x120.

Scott Hicks, Gallery Director
Jeremy Hasted, Gallery Manager
Cory Koomoa, Art Consultant
Tamara Spagnola, Registrar


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